Welcome

There has been a church presence in Holbrooks since the early decades of the 20th century, when housing began to be built for people working in local industry.

The Church of Saint Luke was constructed in 1939 and, like the people of its parish, suffered the effects of the Second World War and its aftermath. The bomb damage was, however, made good and the church restored, a symbol of reconciliation and of God’s enduring presence among his people.

Over the years our area has seen many changes, and Saint Luke’s remains at the heart of the community as a reminder of God’s presence in our world and of his love alive and active in our neighbourhood.

We hope you will find the information on this website useful. It will let you know who we are, where we are, and what we are trying to achieve in God’s name in our parish.

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Mass Times

SUNDAY
17.00 Vigil Mass (Saturday)
08.00 Low Mass

10.00 Parish Mass

TUESDAY
&
WEDNESDAY
19.00

THURSDAY
09.45

FRIDAY
12.00

SATURDAY
09.30

History

Formerly an area of fields with the odd small-holding and farm dotted around, Holbrooks began to change its natre during the course of the First World War.

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Solemnity of the 85th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Parish Church. 10.00 Festival Parish Mass and Church Parade with the Coventry Festival Band. Followed by the Parish Barbecue and Summer Fair. #FestivalWeekendImage attachmentImage attachment

Solemnity of the 85th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Parish Church. 10.00 Festival Parish Mass and Church Parade with the Coventry Festival Band. Followed by the Parish Barbecue and Summer Fair. #FestivalWeekend ... See MoreSee Less

We are very grateful to Fr Mark McIntyre – Guardian of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham – for preaching at today’s celebration of Our Lady of Holbrooks. In a homily which drew deeply on the Carmelite tradition, Fr Mark noted that Our Lady speaks to us in our own place, ‘where God has planted us to flourish’, but that part of the Marian ‘shape’ of Christian discipleship is also the call to go out from our place, ‘to be those who go and tell.’ Like Mary, we are to be gentle, authentic, and deeply attractive as bearers of God in our own day. Afternoon tea followed the Mass, and the celebration concluded in the presence of Marys Son with eucharistic exposition and benediction. Our Lady of Holbrooks, pray for us.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

We are very grateful to Fr Mark McIntyre – Guardian of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham – for preaching at today’s celebration of Our Lady of Holbrooks. In a homily which drew deeply on the Carmelite tradition, Fr Mark noted that Our Lady speaks to us in our own place, ‘where God has planted us to flourish’, but that part of the Marian ‘shape’ of Christian discipleship is also the call to go out from our place, ‘to be those who go and tell.’ Like Mary, we are to be gentle, authentic, and deeply attractive as bearers of God in our own day. Afternoon tea followed the Mass, and the celebration concluded in the presence of Mary's Son with eucharistic exposition and benediction. Our Lady of Holbrooks, pray for us. ... See MoreSee Less

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It looks like it has been a glorious celebration. Well done to all who made the day such a special occasion.

Thank you to all who organised the Afternoon Tea it was very enjoyable

A lovely afternoon tea. Thanks must go to all who organised it

Lovely Mass and afternoon tea.

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